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Thursday, September 20, 2018

Comedy ‘Run From Your Wife’ at Huntington Hills Playhouse


Be sure to catch the WORLD PREMIER of the American Version of “Run For Your Wife,” onstage now until October 18, 2018, at Hunterdon Hills Playhouse. This hilarious, world-famous farce by Ray Cooney revolves around a day in the life of hapless but lovable John Smith, a metro area taxi driver. Smith has two lives, complete with two very different wives, Mary and Barbara, and a very precise schedule for juggling them both. He manages to keep the sham alive without arousing suspicion because of his astonishing ability to adhere to exacting timetables. But on the day the play takes place, he gets caught up in a mugging which knocks his schedule askew by a couple of hours, leading to the brakes suddenly being applied on his slippery lifestyle. Add two ambitious detectives, a few helpful neighbors and an overeager reporter to the mix and you have a hilarious case of mistaken identity, sexual innuendo, and fast moving, side splitting comedy that aptly serves its purpose to entertain the audience from start to finish.

The brilliant cast includes Dario Caudana as John Smith. The two wives, Mary and Barbara, are played by Anna Laura Strider and Katie Leonard respectively. Greg Schweers plays Detective Porter, Joseph Ferraro plays the Newspaper Reporter, and the two neighbors are played by Patrick May as Stanley Gardner and Greg Driscoll as Bobby Franklin.

Onstage from September 6 – October 18, 2018 Matinee shows: Monday thru Saturday 11:30 am – 3:30 pm Saturday Evening show: 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm Sunday Afternoon show: 2:30 pm – 6:30 pm

16422585_1311276568938338_1436879434182145945_oThe Hunterdon Hills Playhouse

88 Route 173 West

Hampton, NJ 08827


Premiere Stages to Present World Premiere of Liberty Live Commission Black Tom Island (October 11-21)



UNION, N.J. – Premiere Stages at Kean University will present Martin Casella’s Black Tom Island October 11-21 at Liberty Hall Museum (1003 Morris Avenue, Union, N.J.). Originally commissioned over a two-year cycle through Premiere’s Liberty Live Commission, Black Tom Island will feature actors Damian Buzzerio, Mason Hensley, Jenna Krasowski and Bart Shatto. Producing artistic director John J. Wooten directs.

Based on an actual incident that took place in Jersey City in 1916, Black Tom Island explores the first documented terrorist attack on American soil through the lens of a fictionalized Slovak immigrant and his wife who may or may not be involved in the attack. The play is the recipient of the 2017-2018 Liberty Live Commission, a unique partnership between Premiere Stages and Liberty Hall Museum that supports the development of new plays that explore the rich and complex history of New Jersey. Over the course of two years, Garden State playwrights are given dramaturgical and artistic support, along with a $1,000 commission, to create an original play to be staged at Liberty Hall’s historic 1882 Carriage House. Past commissions have included plays by Deborah Brevoort, James Christy, and E. M. Lewis, showcasing New Jersey history from the American Revolution to the eve of World War II.

Martin Casella_color_1MBPlaywright Martin Casella is an actor and writer perhaps best known for his role as Dr. Marty Casey in the 1982 classic, Poltergeist. He served as director Steven Spielberg’s assistant on Raiders of the Lost Ark, and his writing for film and television includes projects for HBO, CBS, ABC, Disney, Universal, and Warner Brothers. Mr. Casella’s plays include The Report, Beautiful Dreamer, and the GLAAD-nominated The Irish Curse, published by Samuel French. He recently completed the teleplay for the film The Land of Sometimes, starring Ewan McGregor and Helena Bonham Carter.

As the founder and producing artistic director of Premiere Stages, John J. Wooten has developed and directed numerous new plays, including The Beautiful Dark, The Good Counselor and Follow Me to Nellie’s, all of which were honored by the American Theatre Critics Association. Earlier this season, Mr. Wooten directed the critically acclaimed premiere of Craig Garcia’s Linger, winner of the 2018 Premiere Play Festival.

“While the attack on Black Tom Island happened 100 years ago, the play’s subject matter is surprisingly topical,” stated Mr. Wooten. “And what makes Marty’s study of an immigrant couple’s acclimation to America all the more fascinating is that it is based on a true story, and is effectively dramatized against the backdrop of a lost New Jersey island.”

The accomplished cast includes Damian Buzzerio, previously seen at Premiere in By the Water, Sharyn Rothstein’s moving play about a family impacted by Hurricane Sandy; Mason Hensley, whose distinguished regional credits include the Sunset Theatre, North Carolina Symphony and Lincoln Center Education; Jenna Krasowski, whose recent projects include ms estrada at the Flea Theater and Across the Park with the Araca Group; and Bart Shatto, recently seen on Broadway in the Tony-nominated War Paint opposite two-time Tony winner Patti LuPone.

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September 20 - 27

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Pamela's First Musical

Reg. $40 NOW $30!

Two River Theater
With a combined total of more than 20 Tony Award nominations and 6 wins, the team behind Pamela’s First Musical is bringing the theatrical event of the season to Two River Theater! It’s Pamela’s birthday and, to celebrate, her eccentric and fabulous Aunt Louise is taking her to the big city to experience her very first Broadway musical!
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Reg. $49 NOW $25!

Alliance Repertory Theatre Company
New Jersey Premiere
A charming story by Simon Stephens of two strangers, connecting at a crowded London train station. Georgie plants a kiss on Alex, a much older man. Thus begins a life-affirming mating dance between two  dissimilar people that will change both their lives forever.
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Buried Child

Reg. $50 NOW $24!

The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey
This Pulitzer-Prize winning modern American classic marks the first time TSTNJ will present a play by Sam Shepard, who sadly passed away last year. A stunning allegory about America, Buried Child, is a darkly funny and disturbing depiction of the American dream gone wrong.
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Brick City

Reg. $30 NOW $22.50!

Premiere Stages at Kean University
2017 NJPAC Stage Exchange Commission
Jessie, a combative high school senior with a disability, and Darnell, the star player of the basketball team, find themselves together in extended study hall during the most important marking period of their lives. As Darnell inches dangerously close to throwing away a lucrative college scholarship and Jessie a potential career as an artist, both discover that things aren't always as simple as they may seem.
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Lord Stirling Theater Perform Ken Ludwig’s ‘Treasure Island’ October 5-14

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Basking Ridge, NJ: The Lord Stirling Theater Company will perform “Treasure Island” in the English Barn Theater at the Farmstead Arts Center, 450 King George Road, Basking Ridge, NJ. “Treasure Island” will open on Friday, October 5, at 7:30PM, with additional performances on October 6 at 7:30PM, October 7 at 2:00PM, October 12 and 13 at 7:30PM, and October 14 at 4:00PM. Tickets are $20 general admission, or $15 for seniors (65 and over), Farmstead Arts members, and students. Tickets may be purchased online at or at the door (cash only).

Adapted for the stage by award-winning playwright Ken Ludwig (“Lend Me a Tenor,” “Crazy for You”) from the classic novel by Robert Louis Stevenson, “Treasure Island” follows the adventures of a boy named Jim Hawkins who comes into possession of a treasure map. At the heart of the story is the relationship between young Jim and the infamous one-legged pirate, Long John Silver. A swashbuckling tale of buccaneers and buried gold, “Treasure Island” is entertainment for audiences of all ages.

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The Lord Stirling Theater Company’s production of “Treasure Island” is directed by Peter Curley of Maplewood. The cast includes: Kacey Hunt of North Plainfield as Jim Hawkins, Bill Ward of Basking Ridge as Long John Silver, Sharon McGuire of Westfield as Squire Trelawney/Job O’Brien, Lisa M. Black of Westfield as Dr. Livesey/Captain Flint, Jack Roberts of Morristown as Captain Smollett/Ben Gunn/Black Dog, Allen Roberts of Maplewood as Billy Bones/Jemmy Rathbone/Beggar/Calico Jack, Maxwell C. Blackriver of Mendham as Blind Pew/Israel Hands, Allan Gershenson of Linden as George Merry, Garry Tamburro of Springfield as Justice Death, Ed McCarty of Bridgewater as Ezekiel Hazard/Reverend Mainwaring, Lara E. Jordan of Woodbridge as Anne Bonny/Mrs. Hawkins, Robert H. Goodwin of Highland Park as Josiah Bland/Mr. Hawkins, and Richard Bull of New Providence as Tom Morgan/Boy/Sailor/Pirate. “Treasure Island” is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.

“Treasure Island” concludes The Lord Stirling Theater Company’s fifth season at the Farmstead Arts Center, which also featured a production of William Shakespeare’s “The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice” in June. Past productions include “Arsenic and Old Lace” and “Of Mice and Men” in 2017, “And Then There Were None” and “The Dresser” in 2016, “The Tempest” and “Frankenstein’s Fate” in 2015, and “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” in 2014. A dynamic community of creative artists based in Basking Ridge, the group is committed to presenting innovative theater for diverse audiences, through readings and full productions of classical theater and new works, as well as exploring the American experience through compelling productions that illuminate and celebrate our history, culture and literature. The theater group fosters the next generation of theater artists and audiences by providing unique hands-on educational programming and training in all aspects of theater production.

The English Barn Theater is wheelchair accessible. Anyone anticipating the need for additional accessibility services please send an e-mail in advance to

Funds for these events have been made possible in part by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, through the State/County Partnership Local Arts Program Grant administered by The Somerset County Cultural & Heritage Commission.

Opera at Florham season opener this Sunday Afternoon


September Song

Afternoon at the Met and Evening on Broadway

Opera at Florham September Song

We are thrilled to have soprano Meryl Dominguez performing with us again at our season opener. Along with Meryl, bass-baritone Eric Delagrange and tenor Matthew White will sing arias from the upcoming season of the Metropolitan Opera - the duet "O soave fanciulla" from La Bohème, "O Isis und Osiris" from Magic Flute, "Sempre libera" from La Traviata and more!

After intermission, pianist Mary Pinto will play cabaret-style piano tunes followed by Meryl, Eric and Matthew performing Broadway melodies that were influenced by the operas, including "Somewhere" from West Side Story, "Someone to Watch Over Me" from Oh, Kay! and "Some Enchanted Evening" from South Pacific.

Narration by music educator Lou Barrella will offer insight into the background of the operas and arias. Full program.

Tickets: General $30, Seniors $25, Groups (10+) $20/person, Students 22 & under $10, FDU Students and Children free. Early Bird Season Subscription (5 musicales for the price of 4) $120 general, $100 senior


Performers September Song

This concert will be especially wonderful for opera newcomers. They can dip their toes into the music without driving in and buying full tickets to the Met this season. It is a wide sampling of styles and will leave everyone with something to enjoy.

-Meryl Dominguez

I'm very excited to sing my first concert with Opera at Florham! I've only heard great things about Opera at Florham and can't wait to be a part of it. My favorite selection has to be "Some Enchanted Evening" from South Pacific. I'm such a fan of this music. I don't get my feet wet into musical theatre often, so when the opportunity arrives, I really have fun with it!

-Eric Delagrange

2018-2019 SEASON

Sep 23 September Song

Nov 4 Gentlemen of the Opera

Dec 2 Celebrating the Holidays

Apr 14 Springtime Serenade

May 5 Vocal Competition & Musicale Honoring Violetta DuPont

Tickets on sale now! Early Bird season subscription - receive one musicale for free!

Elixir of Love

Gentlemen of the Opera

On November 4, our 2nd musicale EXPLODES with emotionally charged male duets from operas like The Elixir of Love, Madame Butterfly, and Carmen.Buy tickets NOW!

Since 1982, OaF has presented world-class musicales and entertained music lovers of all ages in residence at Fairleigh Dickinson University in the beautiful, historic Mansion. Your support helps us to continue building a community among opera lovers.



Events are held in:

Lenfell Hall, The Mansion, Fairleigh Dickinson University

285 Madison Ave, Madison, NJ 07940

Opera at Florham

P.O.Box 343, Convent Station, NJ 07961


‘The Revisionist' at NJ REP in Long Branch

The Revisionist

Written and directed by NJ Rep's Artistic Director, SuzAnne Barabas, The Revisionist is a cautionary tale about a charismatic young man, with a pleasant demeanor who manages to coil himself around your heartstrings and then tear them out. Monsters don't look like monsters.

Starring Christopher Daftsios and Michael Irvin Pollard, with original music by Merek Royce Press, The Revisionist will be performed one day only, Saturday, Sept 22 at 8pm.  For tickets call 732-229-3166 or click the button below.


Christopher Daftsios

West End Arts Center

Michael Irvin Pollard

September 22 at 8pm

Also included in your ticket price are three additional short plays: Clown Alley by Gino DiIorio, All We Want by James McLindon, and Sad Clown and the Circus de Italo by Adriana Palangio.

The 4 plays are followed by a reception with complimentary refreshments, wine and live music. You can also visit the art gallery and photography exhibit.

The West End Festival of the Arts is a fundraiser for New Jersey Repertory Company. We hope you can join us for this special event.

LIFE-WESTEND4-7-6West End Arts Center, 132 West End Avenue, Long Branch. Free on-site parking and entrance off of Sairs Avenue. 732-229-3166

New one-act play by Michael Tucker-one time only at NJ Rep

                                            Michael Tucker

One Day Only!

Whether you were able to catch Fern Hill or not, don't miss the opportunity to see a brand new one-act play by Michael Tucker on Saturday, Sept 22 at 2pm. The play is being presented as part of the West End Festival of the Arts at 132 West End Avenue, Long Branch.

Zazú is a comedy about a side show performer who would like to get out of Oddball Alley and into the Big Top. There is just one little problem.

Directed by Katrin Hilbe, Zazú stars Andy Paterson and Tina Stafford.

For tickets call 732-229-3166 or click the button below.


                                              Andy Paterson

                                                Tina Stafford

Saturday, Sept 22 at 2pm

Also included in your ticket price are three other short comedies: Oh No! I flew Too Close to the Sun by Rand Higbee, Spontaneous Clownbustion by John Weagly, and Would You Like A Tissue? by Andrew R. Heinze.

The 4 plays are followed by a reception with complimentary refreshments, wine and live music. You can also visit the art gallery and photography exhibit.

The West End Festival of the Arts is a fundraiser for New Jersey Repertory Company. We hope you can join us for this special event.

West End Arts Center

132 West End Avenue, Long Branch, NJ 07740
Free on-site parking and entrance off of Sairs Avenue


Wednesday, September 19, 2018

‘Dracula’ next at InterACT productions

unnamed (2)Sabrina Santoro of Livingston, NJ plays the Maid and a Vixen, and David Wren-Hardin of Maplewood, NJ and Robert MacLachlan of NJ play Attendants in Dracula from Oct 12-27!

New Staged Reading Series at Women’s Theater Company


Disenchanted! Opens Friday, October 5th at CTG

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The Chester Theatre Group presents Disenchanted! starting on Friday, October 5th and extending for eight shows through Saturday, October 20th. Performances are Friday and Saturdays at 8:00 and Sundays at 2:00pm. Tickets are $25.00 with a discounted price of $23.00 for seniors over 65 and students under 18. Tickets may be purchased online at

Have you ever wondered what happened to your favorite story book princesses after their supposed “happily ever after”? Well, DISENCHANTED, a new musical comedy by writer and composer Dennis T. Giacino, answers the question. The honest voices of “disenchanted” princesses take us through their journey as they attempt to take back their power. With wit, cleverness, and fast-paced humor, Giacino creates a burlesque vaudeville show of catchy and contagious songs about self-acceptance, battling the dated messages little girls have been fed by society for centuries about who they ought to grow up to be. Rather than perpetuating the dainty, boy-crazy ideal of femininity, Giacino turns these fairytale characters into real women with real voices which need to be heard. Please note that this is not a children’s musical. It contains strong language and mature subject matter.

The Off-Broadway production of Disenchanted! played to sold out houses, rave reviews, and earned several NYC award nominations including 'Outstanding Off-Broadway Musical' (Outer Critics Circle Awards), 'Best New Off-Broadway Musical' (Off Broadway Alliance Awards), and two Lucille Lortel Awards nominations ('Best Lead Actress' and 'Best Featured Actress').

roseann ruggThe talented cast of Disenchanted! includes Daisha Davis of Orange in the role of Princess Who Kissed the Frog; Elle Michaeli of Westfield in the role of Princess Badroulbadour/Belle; Patrina Caruana of New York in the role of Pocahontas/Hua Mulan; Samantha Manno of Budd Lake in the role of Sleeping Beauty; Katherine Brown of Fanwood in the role of Cinderella; Ericka Traugh of Millburn in the role of Snow White; Alison Kurtz of Long Valley in the role of The Little Mermaid; and Susan Hagen of Boonton in the role of Rapunzel. The production is directed by Roseann Ruggiero (photo).

Black-River-Playhouse-chesterThe Chester Theatre Group performs in The Black River Playhouse, an intimate, 100-seat theater in the heart of Chester Borough’s historic district. The venue’s in-the-round format ensures that every seat offers an engaging, memorable experience for each audience member. The theater is located on the corner of Grove Street and Maple Avenue. For more information, visit the CTG website at

JCTC’s Series Explores How We Do & Don’t Connect in Today’s World


Multimedia Art Installation Opens Connection – JCTC’s Series Explores How We Do & Don’t Connect in Today’s World

Technology connects people all over the world, yet why do we so often seem disconnected to our communities, families and each other?

Jersey City Theater Center (JCTC) launches its 2018/2019 season with Connection, a series of visual arts, theater, dance and readings that explores the truly modern conflict of pervasive isolation in an era of hyper-communication.

JCTC selects a topic global in scope yet relevant to a community, then explores that theme through multiple art forms, including theatre, dance, readings and visual arts.

The Connection series opens with an immersive art installation at Merseles Studios in conjunction with the 28th annual Jersey City Art & Studio Tour (JCAST), October 4-7 New Jersey.  In keeping with the spirit of the studio tour, Merseles Studios resident artists will have their studios open to the public during the JCAST weekend.

The installation – Collaboration – is a site-specific, multimedia collaboration between Kati Vilim, a Jersey City-based, abstract artist and Thomas Lendvai, a Brooklyn-based sculptor.
On Friday Oct 12, JCTC presents an Art Talk on Collaboration, featuring Kati Vilim and Thomas Lendvai.  

merseles-studiosjpg-554f4617009bfc3fThe installation will be featured at Merseles Studios for the duration of Connection series, which concludes with The BOX: Connection Edition, November 30.

For Collaboration, Vilim has coded original software to produce digital animation then using multiple projectors these abstract images will be projected throughout the art gallery at Merseles Studios. Lendvai’s geometric sculptures – made of wood and wood-based products – will be positioned to solid counterpoints to the vivid, multicolored images made from light.

According to Vilim, the use of nonrepresentational images induces a nonlinear dialogue between sculpture and light, removing familiar reference points from the viewer, encouraging them to consider their own perceptions of the theme of connection. “The limitations of consciousness hardly let us see how the fabric of reality is interconnected and tied to us,” said Vilim. “Art and music merge with us on a deeper level, letting us feel and discover many layers of this connectivity.”

Collaboration not only means an ever-changing exhibition of multiple, ever changing light patterns having a dialog with the stationary sculpture, but also incorporates the gallery space into the art itself. “I felt for some time that the ‘Connection’ exhibit had to be ‘off the wall’ or just not another exhibit of art pieces that are hung on a wall,” said Lucy Rovetto, Visual Arts Coordinator, JCTC. “I wanted to push the idea a bit further by having the space become the canvas. For Collaboration I want people to ‘connect’ to the art and to each other in new and different ways.”

DEAD & BURIED -- Behind the Scenes with Laura

‘Play Like a Girl: The Amazing Life & Times of a Band Named Fanny’ commissioned by TWO RIVER


It is considered by many to be the greatest all-female rock band of all time. Its members were pioneers—all four composed, sang, and played their own instruments, in the face of a music business determined to exploit them, and in a time and a world incapable of accepting them. The band lasted four years, from 1970-1974, but has never received the recognition it deserved. “One of the most important female bands in American rock has been buried without a trace,” David Bowie told Rolling Stone in a 1999 interview. “And that is Fanny…. They’re as important as anybody else who’s ever been, ever; it just wasn’t their time. Revivify Fanny. And I will feel that my work is done.”

Now, the story of Fanny—June Millington (guitar, vocals), Jean Millington (bass, vocals), Alice de Buhr (drums, vocals), and Nickey Barclay (keyboards, vocals)—will come to the stage in an original musical entitled Play Like a Girl: The Amazing Life & Times of a Band Named Fanny, commissioned by Two River Theater in Red Bank, NJ. Play Like a Girl will be written by Jessica Hagedorn, based on an original idea by David Crommett.

The foremothers to all the women rockers who have followed—including The Runaways, The Go-Go’s, and the Bangles—the women of Fanny were brilliant musicians, songwriters, and performers, on par with the best of rock’s golden era.

“Fanny was a showcase for the swagger of long-haired, bell-bottomed, fierce femmes at the dawn of the women’s liberation movement,” NPR’s Ann Powers wrote on February 14, 2018, in appreciation of the recent release of Fanny Walked the Earth. They wrote and performed at a time when sexism, racism, and class discrimination were pervasive. Nearly 50 years later, Play Like a Girl: The Amazing Life & Times of a Band Named Fanny recovers Fanny’s music, and the times and the lives that created it. It is a celebration of rock, of survival, and most of all, womanhood.

“I’m delighted to be working with the Two River Theater team on such a timely and exciting project about the trailblazing, all-women rock band, Fanny,” says Hagedorn, who was born in Manila, raised in San Francisco (where she had her own band, The Gangster Choir), and now lives in New York.

Play Like a Girl: The Amazing Life & Times of a Band Named Fanny has been commissioned and will be developed by Two River Theater in Red Bank, New Jersey. Since 2010, the theater has produced the world or American premieres of 13 original plays and musicals (five of them commissions) including Be More Chill by Joe Iconis and Joe Tracz, which is now playing a sold-out Off-Broadway run and will move to Broadway in February 2019.

For more information about Fanny, visit

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

'Hope Throws her Heart Away' play reading at The Women's Theater

Join us for a reading of a delightful play! 🎭
Parsippany Playhouse
1130 Knoll Rd Lake Hiawatha NJ

Starring Nancy Kutzer, Valerie Stack Dodge, Alexa Teebo.
Directed by Patricia Durante

For non-conformist Hope, being grown up is nothing she expected. After stumbling through childhood and school, adulthood only brings even more uncertainty-- an expedition without a map. The more she pushes, the more life seems to push her back. What’s left? Fake conforming? Forget ever fitting in? After a road of disappointments Hope discovers that defeat and loss actually might be stepping stones to the fulfillment she seeks.
Finding an identity can be a life-long search.
The story of a woman’s search for identity in a random-seeming world.
As the role of women continues to change, a non-conformist struggles to create her life.

A woman tries to be all things to all people, only to learn the person she needs to please is herself. 

Hope Throws Heart Away is a play about the puzzle of growing up after growing up-- compromising and holding firm, standing out and fitting in, self-doubt and resolve. As the title character Hope tries, fails, falls and pushes forward, she finds that tumbling through a random life might occasionally…start to make sense. 

HOPE THROWS HER HEART AWAY is like a series of staged blog entries –snapshots of a woman’s life from an awkward childhood to adult uncertainty and then finally a ray of self-content. 

For HOPE, life never is never easy. As school and peer pressure wear, Hope shapes herself according to expectations: the reciting student, the flustered friend, the agreeable date. By adulthood, she’s a lost woman trying to be all things to all people. Hope’s search for herself again is the journey of HOPE THROWS HER HEART AWAY.
Join us for a reading of a delightful play! 🎭

NJSO String Quartet to present a musical tour of Italy at Centenary Stage Company

Centenary Stage Company presents The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra String Quartet for a musical tour of Italy in Una Festa Musicale Italiano on Sunday, September 30 at 2PM in the Lackland Performing Arts Center.
The afternoon’s program is a musical tour through sunny Italy, brought to life by a string ensemble from the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra.  Featuring everything from traditional tarantella dances to the soaring beauty of music by Puccini, Mascagni and Rossini, this program will transport you to a land where speech is like singing and melody flows like wine.
Tickets for The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra String Quartet: Una Festa Musicale Italiano are $22.50 for adults and $15.00 for children under 12 in advance. As with all concerts, jazz and special events ticket prices for NJSO String Quartet: Una Festa Musicale Italiano increase $5.00 on the day of the performance.
For more information or to purchase tickets visit or call the Centenary Stage Company box office at (908) 979 – 0900. The box office is located in the Lackland Performing Arts Center at 715 Grand Avenue Hackettstown, NJ on the campus of Centenary University. The box office is open Monday through Friday from 1 – 5 PM and two hours prior to every scheduled event.  Centenary Stage Company can also be found on social media platforms; Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Like and follow to receive the latest in CSC news and special offers.

The 2018-2019 season of performing arts events at the Centenary Stage Company is made possible through the generous support of the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, the NJ State Council on the Arts, the Shubert Foundation, the Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation, the Sandra Kupperman Foundation, and CSC corporate sponsors, including Premier Season Sponsor Heath Village Retirement Community and The House of the Good Shepherd, Silver Sponsors HMC Atlantic Health, Home Instead Senior Care (Washington), Fulton Bank of New Jersey, and Centenary Stage Company members and supporters.